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International School on Advanced Waveforms for 5G Networks


Innov’COM (Sup’Com, Tunisia) and CEDRIC (CNAM, France) laboratories organize the International School on advanced Waveforms for 5G networks (ISW-5G). The 2016 edition of this school, which is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Tunisia section and the IEEE Communications Society Tunisia chapter, will be held at Tunis Grand Hotel (5 stars) in Tunis (Tunisia) from January 21st to January 23rd, 2016.


ISW-5G  scopes on Advanced Waveforms for 5G Networks. It gives an overview on 5G communications challenges and promising research avenues. Nowadays, several research works are investigating new waveforms to overcome the limitations of the OFDM modulation adopted in the latest 4G wireless communication systems. Recent achievements in the very important and vivid research area devoted for future waveforms based multicarrier systems will be discussed in this school.


ISW-5G provides a good opportunity to share ideas, experiences, perspectives and insights with researchers and industrials.


Printable form of call for participation (Download Flyer)


The number of places is limited !!


Important: A participation certificate will be delivered at the end of the school.


Post-graduate students, PhD students, and young researchers from universities.

Researchers and engineers from academic and industrial laboratories around the world.

Industrials who are interested in advanced techniques dedicated to 5G communication systems.



T1: An overview of multicarrier waveforms in a 5G perspective
Prof. Pierre Siohan (Orange Labs – France), IEEE Senior Member
 Abstract : All around the world many countries and big companies, operators (e.g. Orange, DT, Docomo, etc.) and vendors (Ericsson, Intel, Huawei, Samsung, etc.), are preparing, with the help of academics, the future neintworked society under the 5G banner. The determination of an appropriate waveform to face the challenges raised by the multiservice requirements of 5G is today one of the key technical problem to be solved.  Based on its nice features, namely simple and efficient implementation of its modulation/demodulation and equalization functions, OFDM has progressively become the leading communication technique for transmission through multipath channels. Indeed, the Cyclic Prefix OFDM (CP-OFDM) has been adopted in many wired (ADSL, PLC) and wireless (DVB, WiFi, Wimax, LTE) standards, and now  the question is: will 5G follow the OFDM stream?
After a reminder of the main CP-OFDM features, also illustrating its weaknesses with respect to 5G, our talk will introduce the main MCM alternatives. All these 5G candidate waveforms make use of a Fourier transform kernel. A first category includes the subcarrier filtered MCMs using linear convolutions with two main options. Either, as for OFDM, conventional complex constellations, e.g. QAM, directly feed the Fourier kernel and we get the FMT scheme or, using an Offset QAM coding, the FBMC/OQAM modulation. For the second category, the idea is to group successive multicarrier sub-symbols into larger blocks and replace the linear convolution by a circular one. We then get a block processing and the possibility to append a flexible CP length. Following these guidelines, we arrive at the GFDM, non-orthogonal filtered version of OFDM, at the CB-FMT, derived from FMT, or at different cyclic convolution-based versions of FBMC/OQAM with, for instance, the WCP-COQAM. The third, and most recent, category correspond to sub-band windowed MCMs, it includes the UF-OFDM and f-OFDM proposals. For these both schemes, the idea is to mimic the LTE waveform, with its resource block partition containing a flexible number of sub-carriers, improving it by an appropriate filtering.
Our talk will provide a comparison among these waveform candidates from different aspects. For each scheme, we will point out the advantages/disadvantages as well as the potential use cases towards the 5G mobile system. Finally, we will also introduce another key feature of the 5G waveforms, which is the transmission above the Nyquist rate, with the combination of FTN and multicarrier modulation.
Speaker’s Bio : Pierre Siohan (IEEE, M’94,-SM’99) received the PhD degree from the École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (ENST), Paris, in 1989. In 1977 he joined the Centre Commun d’Études de Télédiffusion et Télécommunications (CCETT), Rennes, where his activities were first concerned with the communication theory and its application to the design of broadcasting systems. Between 1984 and 1997, he was in charge of the CCETT Mathematical and Signal Processing Group. Since then, at France Telecom-Orange and also during a two-year sabbatical leave as Director of Research at IRISA (Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires), a public research institute in Rennes,  his studies have been mainly devoted to digital signal processing with applications in coding and transmission. Pierre Siohan was recently guest editor for two special issues of the  Eurasip Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, namely a special issue “On filter banks for next generation multicarrier wireless communications” in 2010 and a second special issue “On advances in flexible multicarrier waveforms for future wireless communications” in 2014.


T2.1: Filter bank multicarrier modulations with perfect reconstruction
CP-less OFDM  – Standardization perspective.
Prof. Maurice Bellanger (CNAM – France), IEEE Fellow
bellangerAbstract :
T2.1: In introduction, the 5G objectives which have a crucial impact on waveforms are briefly discussed, in particular asynchronous access, spectral containment and efficiency, low latency. Additional aspects to be taken into account are robustness to channel impairments, complexity, coherence with radio-frequency (RF) interfaces, compatibility with existing orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) techniques based on quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM). To meet these objectives, several enhancements of OFDM-QAM are investigated, the main argument being the compatibility with existing multicarrier physical layers. However, an alternative approach is proposed with filter bank multicarrier (FBMC) schemes.
FBMC techniques have been studied for decades, essentially in combination with offset-QAM, which exploits the zero crossings of the impulse responses of  interference filters between overlapping adjacent sub-channels. The approach yields near-perfect signal reconstruction and a very low level of adjacent carrier sidelobe ratio (ACLR) can be achieved. But, industry and operators are reluctant to use FBMC-OQAM in wireless systems, mainly because of the complexity and, also, some limitations in specific contexts, such as multi-input-multi-output (MIMO) scenarios.
Recently, several schemes combining FBMC with QAM have been introduced. They look promising and their potential to meet the main objectives of 5G physical layers are under investigation.
In the present talk, an intermediate approach will be described, namely FBMC combined with pulse amplitude modulation (PAM). It relies on phase shifts to avoid interference between overlapping adjacent sub-channels and, therefore, it does not need doubling the processing rate in terminals. Furthermore, combined with frequency domain equalization, it leads to perfect reconstruction, just like OFDM.
The theoretical basis of FBMC-PAM is the lapped transform, which, in its simplest form, consists of the combination of a sine prototype filter with the doubly-odd discrete Fourier transform. An efficient frequency domain implementation is derived in a straightforward manner. Then, various aspects involved in wireless physical layers are covered, namely, multipath channel equalization, carrier frequency offset compensation, burst transmission, MIMO and multi-user MIMO. Detailed simulation results are given with comments, for the sine prototype filter, with overlapping factor K=2, which yields simplicity of implementation and a level of performance close to OFDM in the synchronous access case but significantly improved in the asynchronous case.
T2.2: The perfect reconstruction condition of FBMC-PAM can be met with rectangular filters, i.e. filters whose impulse response is made of zeros and ones. Then, adjacent multicarrier symbols overlap partially. In the limiting case, there is no overlap anymore and OFDM without a guard interval and cyclic prefix (CP) is obtained. In the absence of CP, frequency domain equalization must be implemented in the receiver. The approach is extremely simple at the transmit side, the complexity being transferred at the receive side, which determines the performance level.
A detailed analysis of frequency domain equalization in the receiver will be provided, along with implementation options. The impact on the performance of the scheme will be discussed. Simulation results will be provided to illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of the approach and assess its potential to meet the 5G objectives. Connections with other 5G candidates, particularly universal filtered multicarrier (UFMC), will be discussed.
In the coming years, the 5G standardization process will have a strong impact on research. The schedule considered so far includes several phases. The requirements are planned to be elaborated in 2016 and the standard should be available around 2020. Meanwhile, one or several waveforms will have to be selected for the physical layers. The selection process should be carried out against the requirements, considering all the candidate waveforms, probably more than 10 candidates, after simulation campaigns and , possibly, field experimentations. The research community can have a significant contribution at this stage, by candidate proposals, analysis of simulation and experimental results, suggestions for improvements, optimization and system validation.
Speaker’s Bio : graduated from ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications), Paris, in 1965 and received the doctorate degree from the university of Paris in 1981. He joined the company Philips Communications in France in 1967 and, since then, he has worked on digital signal processing and applications in telecommunications and multimedia systems. He participated in the standardization of digital communication networks. In 1991, he joined CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers), a public education and research institute, as a professor of electronics and in 2009 he became emeritus professor. His research area is in wireless transmission techniques and radiocommunication systems. From 2008 to 2010, he was the coordinator of the European Research FP7-project Phydyas (physical layer for dynamic spectrum access and cognitive radio). Elected a fellow of the IEEE in 1984, for contributions to the theory of digital filtering and the applications to communication systems, he was the technical program chairman of the conference ICASSP’82 in Paris. He was the president of EURASIP, the European Association for Signal Processing, from 1987 to 1994 and the chairman of the France section of URSI (Union RadioScientifique Internationale) from 2006 to 2008. He is a member of the French Academy of Technology.


T3: Flexible Multimode Single-Carrier and Multicarrier Waveforms Processing
Solutions for Future Wireless Communications

Prof. Markku Renfors (TUT – Finland), IEEE Fellow
MRAbstract: This presentation focuses on a special implementation scheme for multirate filter banks which is based on fast-convolution (FC) processing. The basic idea of fast convolution is that a high-order filter can be implemented effectively through multiplication of sequences in frequency domain, after taking DFT’s of the input sequence and the filter impulse response. Eventually, the time domain output is obtained by IDFT. Commonly, efficient implementation techniques, like FFT/IFFT, are used for the transforms, and overlap-save processing is adopted for processing long sequences.
The application of FC to multirate filters is rather well known in the literature and FC implementations of channelization filters for wireless communication systems have been considered in a few papers. The idea of FC-implementation of nearly perfect-reconstruction filter bank systems, with applications in filter bank multicarrier waveforms, has been introduced only recently. This fast-convolution filter bank (FC-FB) idea appears competitive in terms of computational complexity when compared to the polyphase and other traditional implementation structures of uniform filter banks. Furthermore, FC-FB offers high degree of flexibility to support simultaneous processing of different or differently parametrized single-carrier and multicarrier communication waveforms, including also resource block filtered OFDM schemes. FC processing can also be used for implementing the synchronization functions needed to support simultaneous processing of non-synchronized communication waveforms. This is an important feature since asynchronous FDMA operation is seen as an important ingredient in the future wireless system developments.
The lecture starts by introducing the fast-convolution principle for multirate filtering and filter banks. Then a linear periodically time-variant (LPTV) model is introduced as an efficient tool for analysis and optimization of FC-filters and filter banks. The FC implementation of different waveforms is presented, along with possibilities to combine channel equalization and synchronization functions with FC-processing structure are described.
The lecture includes also a short introduction to the effects and mitigation of transmitter high power amplifier nonlinearity in the context of advanced filter bank based waveforms.
Speaker’s Bio: Markku Renfors received M.Sc. and Dr. Tech. degrees from Tampere University of Technology (TUT), Tampere, Finland, in 1978 and 1982, respectively. Since 1992, he has been a Professor with the Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, TUT, where he was Department Head from 1992 to 2010. Dr. Renfors is a Fellow of IEEE and recipient of the 1987 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society’s Guillemin-Cauer Award (together with Tapio Saramäki). He has authored 70 papers in refereed journals, 300+ papers in conferences with review practice, and two patents. He has supervised 14 doctoral dissertations. Dr. Renfors was an Associate Editor of IEEE Signal Processing Letters in 2006-2010. Currently he is a Senior Area Editor of IEEE Transactions on Signal processing and a member of the Editorial Board of EURASIP Signal Processing journal. He has served in the conference organization committees of ISCAS 1988, EUSIPCO 2000, ICC 2001, PIMRC 2006, SPAWC 2007, and SiPS 2009. His research interests include multirate filtering and filter banks, especially with applications in advanced multicarrier and single-carrier waveforms, software defined radio, and algorithms for flexible communications receivers and transmitters. He has actively participated in the EU FP7 projects PHYDYAS and EMPhAtiC developing FBMC techniques especially for cognitive radio and heterogeneous fragmented spectrum use scenarios. His research interests include also digitally enhanced radio techniques targeting at using advanced DSP techniques for mitigating the effects of analog imperfections in communications receiver and transmitter implementations.


ISW-5G is organized in three days intensive courses
(download program here)

January, 21st 2016

8:00-8:45 am Registration
8:45-9:15 am Welcome & Opening
9:15-10:45 am T1 : Pierre Siohan (Orange Labs – France)
An overview of multicarrier waveforms: State of the Art and challenges in 5G perspective
10:45-11:15 am Coffee break
11:15-12:45pm T1 : Pierre Siohan (Orange Labs – France)
An overview of multicarrier waveforms: State of the Art and challenges in 5G perspective
12:45-2:00 pm Lunch break
2:00-3:30 pm T2.1: Maurice Bellanger (CNAM – France)
Filter bank multicarrier modulations with perfect reconstruction
3:30-4:00 pm Coffee break
4:00-5:30 pm T2.2: Maurice Bellanger (CNAM – France)
CP-less OFDM  – Standardization perspective


January, 22nd 2016

9:00-10:30 am T3 : Markku Renfors (TUT – Finland)
Flexible Multimode Single-Carrier and Multicarrier Waveforms Processing Solutions for Future Wireless Communications
10:30-11:00 am Coffee break
11:00-12:30 pm T3 : Markku Renfors (TUT – Finland)
Flexible Multimode Single-Carrier and Multicarrier Waveforms Processing Solutions for Future Wireless Communications
12:30-2:00 pm Lunch break
2:00-3:30 pm T4 : Didier Le Ruyet (CNAM – France)
MIMO for future 5G Networks
3:30-4:00 pm Coffee break
4:00-5:30 pm T4 : Didier Le Ruyet (CNAM – France)
MIMO for future 5G Networks
7:00 pm Banquet


January, 23rd 2016

9:00-10:30 am T5 : Merouane Debbah (Huawei, France)
5G networks: an evolution or a revolution?
10:30-11:00 am Coffee break
11:00-12:30 pm T5 : Merouane Debbah (Huawei, France)
5G networks: an evolution or a revolution?
12:30-13:30 pm National Instruments Industry Session
Mr. Farris Alhorr : Senior Business Development Manager – MENA
Prototyping The Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems


T4: MIMO for 5G Networks
Prof. Didier Le Ruyet (CNAM – France), IEEE Senior Member
didierAbstract : Wireless communications is quickly evolving to meet the rapid growth in Internet and new services. The number of devices connected to the Internet is increasing dramatically while at the same time new applications and services are introduced with significantly higher expectations from the mobile communication users. The next generation cellular networks (5G) is expected to support 1000-fold increases in traffic demand. New applications and requirements, such as the ubiquitous connectivity for IOT, high reliability, the ultra-low latency for real-time remote control of machines and tactile Internet applications,  represent  significant challenges for both radio access and network.  Recently, a set of new 5G radio access capabilities have to be defined to meet the different requirements from different applications.
In this talk, we will first review the 5G use cases and requirements.  Then, we will introduce some of  the most promising key enabling radio access technologies such as massive MIMO in millimeter wave  and novel post OFDM waveform  design.
The development of MIMO communication systems provides the ability to design highly spectrally efficient systems without extra power and bandwidth.  We will briefly review the design and implementation of space time coding and spatial multiplexing systems for wireless flat fading and frequency selective channels considering both open loop and closed loop schemes. We will then address the recent massive MIMO technology where the access points are equipped with hundreds of antennas.
Among post OFDM waveform, Filter bank based multicarrier (FBMC) has received a great attention from researchers in recent years mainly due to its frequency well-localized  pulse shaping. Each subcarrier is modulated with an Offset Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (OQAM) and decoding for point to point communication is as simple as for OFDM.  In the rest of the talk, we will then focus on MIMO-FBMC. We will show that MIMO techniques cannot be straightforwardly applied to FBMC-OQAM due to the presence of the so-called intrinsic interference.  We will review the proposed solutions to cope with this intrinsic interference. The emphasis will be put on schemes that achieve spatial multiplexing gains and next we will present recent MIMO techniques that achieve spatial diversity gains.  Finally we will consider MIMO FBMC-OQAM precoding techniques when full or partial channel state information is available at the transmission.
Speaker’s Bio : Didier Le Ruyet received his Eng. Degree and his Ph. D. degree from Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) in 1994 and 2001 respectively.  In 2009, he received the “Habilitation à diriger des recherches” from Paris XIII University. From 1988 to 1996 he was a Senior Member of the Technical Staff at SAGEM Defence and Telecommunication, France. He joined Signal and Systems Laboratory, CNAM, Paris as a research assistant in 1996.  From 2002 to 2009, he was an assistant professor with the Electronic and Communication Laboratory, CNAM Paris.  Since 2010 he is full professor at CNAM in the CEDRIC research laboratory. He has published about 100 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He has been involved in several National and European projects dealing with multicarrier transmission techniques and multi-antenna transmission. He served as Technical Program Committee member in major IEEE conferences (ICC, GLOBECOM, VTC, ISWCS, WCNC). He was General chair of the Ninth International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems ISWCS 2012 at Paris, France and the Co-editor of « recent advances in multiuser MIMO systems » for Eurasip Journal on wireless communications and networking. His main research interests lie in the areas of digital communications and signal processing including channel coding, detection and estimation algorithms, filter bank based multi-carrier communication and multi-antenna transmission.  He is senior member of IEEE.


T5: 5G networks: an evolution or a revolution?
Prof. Merouane Debbah (Huawei – France), IEEE Fellow
merouaneAbstract : The evolution of cellular networks is driven by the dream of ubiquitous wireless connectivity: Any data service is instantly accessible  everywhere. With each generation of cellular networks, we have moved closer to this wireless dream; first by delivering wireless access to voice communications, then by providing wireless data services, and recently by delivering a WiFi-like experience with wide-area coverage and user mobility management. The support for high data rates has been the main objective in recent years, as seen from the academic focus on sum-rate optimization and the efforts from standardization bodies to meet the peak rate requirements specified in IMT-Advanced. In contrast, a variety of metrics/objectives are put forward in the technological preparations for 5G networks: higher peak rates, improved coverage with uniform user experience, higher reliability and lower latency, better energy efficiency, lower-cost user devices and services, better scalability with number of devices, etc. These multiple objectives are coupled, often in a conflicting manner such that improvements in one objective lead to degradation in the other objectives. Hence, the design of future networks calls for new optimization tools that properly handle the existence and tradeoffs between multiple objectives. In this talk, we will adress these challenges and describe the actual proposed technologies able to meet these requirements.
Speaker’s Bio : Mérouane Debbah entered the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (France) in 1996 where he received his M.Sc and Ph.D. degrees respectively. He worked for Motorola Labs (Saclay, France) from 1999-2002 and the Vienna Research Center for Telecommunications (Vienna, Austria) until 2003. From 2003 to 2007, he joined the Mobile Communications department of the Institut Eurecom (Sophia Antipolis, France) as an Assistant Professor. Since 2007, he is a Full Professor at CentraleSupelec (Gif-sur-Yvette, France). From 2007 to 2014, he was the director of the Alcatel-Lucent Chair on Flexible Radio. Since 2014, he is Vice-President of the Huawei France R&D center and director of the Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab. His research interests lie in fundamental mathematics, algorithms, statistics, information & communication sciences research. He is an Associate Editor in Chief of the journal Random Matrix: Theory and Applications and was an associate and senior area editor for IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing respectively in 2011-2013 and 2013-2014. Mérouane Debbah is a recipient of the ERC grant MORE (Advanced Mathematical Tools for Complex Network Engineering). He is a IEEE Fellow, a WWRF Fellow and a member of the academic senate of Paris-Saclay. He has managed 8 EU projects and more than 24 national and international projects. He received 14 best paper awards, among which the 2007 IEEE GLOBECOM best paper award, the Wi-Opt 2009 best paper award, the 2010 Newcom++ best paper award, the WUN CogCom Best Paper 2012 and 2013 Award, the 2014 WCNC best paper award, the 2015 ICC best paper award, the 2015 IEEE Communications Society Leonard G. Abraham Prize and 2015 IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize as well as the Valuetools 2007, Valuetools 2008, CrownCom2009, Valuetools 2012 and SAM 2014 best student paper awards. He is the recipient of the Mario Boella award in 2005, the IEEE Glavieux Prize Award in 2011 and the Qualcomm Innovation Prize Award in 2012. He is the co-founder of the start-up Ximinds.


National Instruments Industry Session
Prototyping the Next Generation Wireless Communication Systems
Mr. Farris Alhorr (Senior Business Development Manager -MENA)
Abstract : Wireless consumers’ insatiable demand for bandwidth has spurred unprecedented levels of investment from public and private sectors to explore new ways to increase network capacity and meet escalating demand. Industry analysts predict demand will outpace capacity; it’s simply a matter of when. Wireless researchers continue to present ideas to address capacity challenges and explore network topologies that not only tackle capacity concerns but also offer features and functions never thought possible. Transitioning from concept, which is largely a software exercise, to a working prototype with real signals and waveforms requires extensive investments in time and money, and has been an impediment to the adoption of new technologies and capabilities. Design approaches that embrace software reconfigurability with an accelerated path to prototyping can expedite the design, exploration, and deployment of these technologies in new and exciting ways. This session will explore the available technologies for prototyping and describe how platform based design can accelerate innovation.
Speaker’s Bio : Farris Alhorr is an RF specialist and Business Development Manager at National Instruments for the middle east and north Africa regions. Farris has more than 10 years of industry experience focusing on RF test and measurement instruments, wireless system design, and over the air (OTA) wireless testing. He worked as an RF systems consultant for 5 years and was heavily involved in the CTIA MIMO OTA subgroup. His major CTIA contributions include a patented method on how to make OTA measurements for wireless devices in a reverberation chamber.
Besides his technical expertise, Farris worked as a global product line manager for the NI Software Defined Radio (SDR) platforms with a focus on government, industrial, and academic research applications. He successfully launched two new NI USRP SDRs, and has given multiple seminars on SDR and LabVIEW in multiple IEEE conferences.
Farris holds a Master of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin and Master of Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University.



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The registration fees only include the tutorial sessions, coffee and lunch breaks and the banquet. It does not include hotel accommodation.


Registration fees


·  Students (Limited registration*)    : 300 TND (150 Euros)

·  Students (Full registration)             : 350 TND (175 Euros)

·  Academics                                        : 450 TND (225 Euros)

·  Industrials                                         : 700 TND (350 Euros)


* Limited registration does not include the banquet.




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.   Applicant’s registration deadline: December 06th, 2015 (extended to December 11, 2015)


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ISW-5G 2016 Organizing committee


General Co-Chairs


shaiekhDr. Hmaied Shaiek

Dr. Rafik Zayani


Program Co-Chairs



ahriziDr. Iness Ahriz

Prof. Ridha Bouallegue

Prof. Pascal Chevalier


Prof. Fethi Choubani

dziriaDr. Ali Dziri

Dr. Moez Hizem


ROVIRAS_DanielProf. Daniel Roviras

terremProf. Michel Terre

neji_youssefProf. Neji Youssef



Local arrangements & Finance Chair

raidaMs. Raida Zouari


Sponsors Chair


Dr. Sabrine Naimi



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